RMCCN Presents: The Art Of Compassion

Five Thursdays beginning Sept 16, 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Unity Spiritual Center Denver; 3021 S University Blvd, Denver, CO 80210

Tuition $249.00 (Scholarships Available)
Registration Information and Online Enrollment

“It is not what you look at, it’s what you see.”
– Henry David Thoreau

A comprehensive exploration of the nonviolent communication work
and compassionate consciousness pioneered by Marshall Rosenberg PhD

When we transform the way we communicate, we transform our world:
Create empowering compassionate relationships with yourself and others.
Communicate clearly, effectively, and authentically.
Transform adversaries into allies.

We are tremendously excited to be meeting in person again!

COVID Precautions: We will be following CDC COVID Guidelines. Currently Denver is in the blue zone:
Vaccinated - Masks Optional
Not Vaccinated - Masks Required
We prefer that people be vaccinated unless they have an underlying health condition.

This five week class provides a comprehensive overview of Nonviolent Communication, developed by Marshall Rosenberg. It covers all of the core components of NVC model.. Ideal for people new to NVC. Great for practitioners who want to deepen their existing NVC skills and consciousness. We invite you to join us as we explore this powerful communication technique. The class follows Marshall's seminal book Nonviolent Communication, A Language Of Life, and will focus on:

  • Making clear observations.
  • Honestly expressing feelings.
  • Deeply meeting needs.
  • Making doable requests.
  • The power of empathy and self empathy.
  • Working with anger.
  • Mourning.
  • Gratitude.

Each class will include kinesthetic activities and there will be time to practice applying the techniques to real-life situations.


David, poet, writer, and life coach, has studied and taught a wide variety of interpersonal communication skills over the last thirty years. He was introduced to NVC in 2000 and has been conducting trainings since 2009. Prior to his introduction to NVC, he studied with Anthony Robbins, Jean Houston, Deepak Chopra, and Gay Luce. He is a co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Compassionate Communication Network.

Gayla Michelin

Gayla began studying NVC in 2008, is passionate about how it has changed her life, and is excited to share what she has learned with others. She is a business owner, a mother of 2, and much of her time is spent being of service to others. Gayla is a former flutist and currently plays piano at various events under the direction of Scheel Music. Oh, and if anyone is in need of a seasoned harmonica player, look no further!